Wednesday, 27 August 2014

We're getting fatter

Chateau Heartiste drops a beautiful turd straight into the feminist narrative: Your Grandmother Was Thinner Than Your Wife.

To summarize the average size of women by generation (yes, 20 years is *not* a generation these days - according to feminist ranters who screech that the sexual prime of a woman is in her late 30's and early-to-mid 40's, and that mandatory-IVF is the "natural" means of procreation):

1920: 31-20-32

1940: 33-21-33

1960: 34-24-35

1980: 35-24-37

2000: No actual stats (though Heartiste's comment of "nuke the Jabba from orbit" is indicative)

So I looked at WebMD for this gem (article was published 2010):
Today, the average American woman is 5’4″, has a waist size of 34-35 inches and weighs between 140-150 lbs, with a dress size of 12-14. 
Fifty years ago, the average woman was 5’3-4″ with a waist size of approximately 24-25″, she weighed about 120 lbs and wore a size 8.
So to translate:

1960 with 34-24-35 measurements


2010 with xx-34-xx measurements

That's a staggering 10-inch waistline explosion in 50 years time. Actually, much less time - 30 years - because in 1980 the average waistline was still 24-inches. To "push" all the other statistics into line, if the woman was hourglass-shaped:

2010: 45-34-47

Except that with that much fat, you don't get an hourglass figure. You get something that looks like the old Venus statues:

Holyfuck'nshit: 48-34-52

And it only looks vaguely female because of the bra forcing it into shape. Never mind the drooping flabs and the stretchy-pants everywhere else.

Fatties (and feminists) screamed from their souls.

Real Men wept.


  1. Some use corsets in a vain attempt to disguise themselves. As for the prehistoric Venus figurines, I strongly suspect that they might represent "pregnancy charms", not the ideal of beauty that classical sculptures stand for.

    1. Fattie in a corset. Wobbling and drooping all over the edges. In femspeak: eeeewwwwww!

      You're probably right about the Venus figurines.